TORONTO — Air Transat and Porter Airlines have announced additional connections to their codeshare agreement.
First launched last October, the agreement now includes more routes that link Canada to destinations in the South, the United States and Europe. It expands the range of routes and destinations available, including the possibility of combining flights from both carriers on a single ticket. Passengers are also protected in the event of a flight delay or cancellation.
With the latest update to the agreement, Porter’s domestic flights can be combined with Air Transat’s flights via a connection at Montreal-Trudeau International Airport (YUL), and now Toronto Pearson Airport (YYZ).
Travellers departing from Toronto Billy Bishop Bishop, Toronto Pearson, Montreal, Ottawa, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton and Halifax will be able to combine a domestic Porter Airlines flight with an Air Transat flight to Europe, the South, the U.S. or Canada.
These codeshare flights are currently available for bookings made via most distribution channels, including the Air Transat website for travel starting June 1st, 2023.
For more information, travel agents are invited to visit Agent Direct.